McCarthy & Stone - Crocus Court RL Plus, FY6
Prices from £169,999 to £244,999
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We are delighted to announce that planning has been approved for our new Assisted Living development Crocus Court, providing 50 high quality one and two bedroom retirement homes exclusively for the over 70s at Poulton-Le-Fylde, Lancashire. Construction is now underway for this development for more information on the progress of our Crocus Court development why not register your interest.
Our proposed Poulton-Le-Fylde development Crocus Court, is ideal for those looking for retirement accommodation in the area of Lancashire, offering a viable option for those interested in living in areas such as Blackpool, Preston, Kirkham and Warton.
Construction is now underway with apartments available to buy from Autumn 2017. We look forward to welcoming our first homeowners in Spring 2018.
If you would like to investigate the quality and atmosphere of a McCarthy & Stone development, visit our closest site to this development at Brunlees Court. Southport.
A beautiful market town, Poulton-Le-Fylde is located on the Fylde coastal plain and is part of the Blackpool urban area with regular rail links operating to the city centre and Preston.
For those with their own transport, the A585 road link and M55 ensures freedom of travel with bus routes also operating regularly within the local area. Blackpool Airport is then just a short drive away and offers flights to more than 20 European destinations as well as domestic connections.
Poulton-Le-Fylde is surrounded by agricultural attractions. For those interested in traditional country living, a local Farmers Market is held on the fourth Saturday of each month, selling locally grown produce in the picturesque market square. Other natural attractions in the area include country parks, golden beaches and the banks of the river Wyre, which attract more than 270,000 birds here annually.
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